September 16, 2021

34 thoughts on “The First African American To Start Moving To Africa Youtube Content!

  1. Wow! 😭 Thank you all for the beautiful comments and love! It is heartwarming to say the least. (Who’s cutting the onions 😩)

    And thank you Maya 🙌🏾 for everything that you do in showcasing the beauty and power of the African continent and the diaspora and for welcoming me onto your fantastic platform. Keep shining ✨

    And thank you to beautiful Namibia 🇳🇦 and to my ancestors for calling me home to the continent! 🌍 Amazing stuff ✨

    My six-month-old daughter and my six- year-old-son keep me extreeemly busy and exhausted 😩, but I am working on getting back to updating my channel. Thank you for your patience as always everyone ♥️♥️♥️

  2. I found her channel back in 2016, and have watched many of her videos. She was the first Pan-African Youtuber that I started watching. Now I watch many. Blessings to her and her family. She is from my city.

  3. I want obtain my ancestral land all round Africa i still have some of the document's to substantiate my biblical land claims some of my ancestry where forcefully remove from some of the land that are in my biblical African claims Lord Leslie the original biblical international land and property owner and the biblical copy rights title owner and holder of all God of creations it's time to set the record straight to obtain my trillionair status and to develop my land in Africa updated ancestral land project's

  4. Enjoyed, this one. Coming to Ghana in September ( my husband and I ) staying near the Volta River . Hope to meet you one day while we are there. Coming from Atlanta Georgia

  5. Excellent message from Kaylan about finding our commonality and uniting. Never heard about Kaylan b4, but if Wode says she was a pioneer in this field, I offer love and respect (from St. Vincent).

  6. Simply explained, the tuth, she's a great moderator, for Afrikan diaspora, so hopefully she will be having a huge platform uniting our people. She said it best, It all started there and will end there. God Bless Mama Afrika….

  7. Love the sister, used to watch her videos and since I loved Namibia she inspired me to relocate to Namibia from South Africa, then came the Plandemic and messed everything. However as soon as things get back to normal, I am out.
    I cherish both of you guys and may our Creator and Anscestors bless you to your 13th generation.

  8. I am so grateful that I found your channel! I have found another country to check out and I found a pioneer sister from the US living her dream. I have subscribed to her channel. Congrats on your new edition to your family @AfroAmericanInAfrica!🙏🏽🤍

  9. Why couldn't you give her a hug? Is it because of customs? That was a unique interview and when she travels to Ghana make sure you air that also. She's definitely a pioneer

  10. Amazing! Love this video, thank you so much! I am planning my trip before '22 to Ghana. I am so inspired now and even more eager to get to the Motherland as a solo traveler. I can't wait! Shalom and Blessings!

  11. Black people in the diaspora who are descendants of enslaved Africans are bombarded with negative images of Africa which makes some us ashamed of our African roots. It all comes from white supremacy and anti-blackness!

  12. I watched Kalyan nearly10 years ago when she newly arrived in Namibia showing us downtown and informing us of the cost of living there. It is good to see she gets her recognition. Great job Wode Maya as always.

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